I sailed for some years on a friends boat called a Sparhawk 42,
It was schooner rig, free standing carbon fibre masts.
I have never seen some for sale
on the internet
(only some 35ft that are quite different)
When my friend past away the vessel was purchased by a friend of his and I believe it is in Poland
or there about now.
The Sparhawk was designed and built after the tragedy of the Fastnet a few decades ago. The vessels are unsinkable (my friends named his Molly, for that reason), The vessel has a canard keel
, open transom, center queen bed
in the V-berth etc.
Sailing that boat was magic, I never experienced anything like that before or since. Once the two full batten sails
were relatively properly tuned you could let go of the helm
and just watch the boat accelerate.
As one sail loaded up the tip of the mast
would bend and the sail would spill and the same would happen to the other sail balancing the vessel perfectly. The canard keel
gave the boat incredible tracking (compare it to a 3/4 keel) yet nimble and easy to tack and point.
Given the chance I would have and still would purchase
one of those boat.